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National reading month celebration @ Vivek Vihar

On the eve of celebration of the National Reading Month (18th June to 19th July) a Reading and Art competition was organized on 14th July 2017, at Sate Central Library, Itanagar Arunachal Pradesh. As per the circular Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya, Vivek Vihar conducted a school level reading and art competition on 13th
July in the school premises and selected five students:-

  • Dai Yajit.
  • Vasundhara Burogohain.
  • Tao Rinya.
  • Tad Nimpu.
  • Nani Muni.

These five students have participated at the final competition and Km. Vasundhara Burogohain won the first prize of Rs.5000/- and she has received the prize from J.Borang, Director of Public Libraries, Govt. Of Arunachal Pradesh Itanagar.

The students were escorted and guided by Su. Nabanita Kundu throughout the whole event.

School level Science exhibition

The School level Science exhibition was organized on 03/12/2016, Saturday. The students of class VI – VIII participated in the exhibition and a total of 80 models were made. All the students participated with full swing and enthusiastically.

Dr. Swapna Deb, Senior Scientist, attended the programme as the chief guest and inaugurated the science exhibition at 9.00 am in the morning. She took an overview of all the models in brief and motivated the students. The government Middle School students with the teaching staff came and attended the programme. Marks were also allotted to the models by three of our judges, namely

Judge 1 – Shri Y Pradeep (Principal VKV VIVEK VIHAR)

Judge 2 – Shri Satyajit Saikia (Science teacher VKV VIVEK VIHAR)

Judge 3 – Shri Gupta Bigop Parida (Science teacher VKV VIVEK VIHAR)

Each model was judged based on the model explaining the concept, and question by judges. From each class (VI A, VI B, VII A, VII B, VIII). The first three models are to be awarded with prizes.

A Report on Universal Brotherhood Day

 Universal Brotherhood day was celebrated on 11th September 2016(Sunday) at 10 am in the School Prayer Hall. Parents of Class X Students, Class VI-X Students and all the Teachers attended the programme.Principal gave the welcome address. He highlighted the ‘Inclusive approach of Education’ and the oneness of Indian Culture.

Dr.Tejum Padu, Director of Higher and Technical Education, govt.  of Arunachal Pradesh was the Chief Guest. He stressed the following points.

  • Greatest day for the entire universe.
  • Struggle undertaken by Swami Vivekananda to take part in the World Parliament of Religions.
  • Why the Religions should be secular.
  • Swamiji spread the scientific knowledge of India.

The significance of the day was delivered by Sri. Satish Kumar, Hindi Teacher of our Vidyalaya. Public meeting was followed by indigenous cultural programme by the Children. The celebration concluded with Shantimantra.

International Yoga Day

In connection with International Day of Yoga, Training in Yogasanas and Pranayama was given to all students in hostels.80 trained students participated in the mass demonstration programme at in IG Park Itanagar, Governor J.P Raj Khowa and Union Minister Kiren Rijiju were present in the occasion.

Matru Puja in VKV Vivek Vihar

MATRU PUJA’ was conducted at VKV Vivek Vihar on  28th January 2016 at  3.00 pm for the mothers of the students of Class-X.

At the outset, the respective wards washed the feet of their mothers in a ceremonial and holistic way at the threshold of the Prayer Hall. The auspicious occasion was graced by Sri S.C. Dixit, Principal, VKV Itanagar (Chimpu) & Sri R. Krishna Kumar, Member, VKV APT. The Principal of the host school, Sri Y. Pradep Sir extended a hearty welcome to 100 Parents of Class-X students (both mother & father) and Well-wishers. He added, “Your moral support is our greatest strength as well as a great  motivating factor.”

Sri S.C. Dixit. Principal of VKV Itanagar highlighted the importance of MATRI PUJA, emphasizing on the true meaning of DHARMA as one’s duty or responsibility. He advised the assembly of the mothers to realize their power and requested them to inculcate good habits among their children.

Thereafter Matri Puja was performed religiously by Sri R. Krishna Kumar sir.In the feedback session a parent, (a father) mentioned that he was highly touched by the way the Matri Puja was performed with true rituals and in a ceremonial way. He highlighted that the students of Class-X should feel themselves lucky enough that they got this sacred opportunity to touch their mother’s feet which he was deprived of. He also stressed that these students are indeed lucky to read in such highly reputed institutions as VKVs, where they are given all round education and taught values of life, good culture (Sanskar),  Simplicity, discipline etc.